Plot 132 - The Oakhurst

Cranberry Meadows, Cranberry Lane, Darwen, Lancashire, BB3 2HL

Plot 132 - The Oakhurst



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The Oakhurst benefits from an open plan kitchen/dining area, lounge and handy WC. Upstairs the master bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room, the remaining two bedrooms and bathroom complete the home.

Cranberry Meadows is situated in Darwen, Lancashire, close to excellent local schools, amenities and transport links. Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and growing families, offering a range of superb 3 and 4 bedroom homes providing something for all lifestyles, whatever your needs


EDUCATION Darwen has many primary and secondary schools and the town’s further educational needs are provided by the abundance of colleges and universities within easy commuting distance, offering a wide range of further education and vocational courses.


Darwen is a quintessential Lancastrian town in the centre of the county. Located amid the West Pennine Moors of Blackburn, it stands within a valley with the River Darwen flowing at its base. The river passes through the town from south to north, subsequently joining the River Ribble, one of the longest rivers in North West England. The Parish Church of Darwen is St Peter's, a large and active Anglican church consecrated in 1829. The Medina Mosque and Islamic Centre, is located on Victoria Street.


Cranberry Meadows is only 45 minutes drive to Manchester Airport via the A666 and M60, and just over an hour to Liverpool John Lennon Airport, both are within easy reach for national and international flights. The M65 Motorway is only 15 minutes away providing excellent road networks to the Motorways north and south of the country, providing easy access to the major towns and cities close by. The A666 road follows the valley through the town centre as part of its route from the Ribble Valley, north of Blackburn, to Bolton and the boundary between Pendlebury and Irlams o' th' Height in Salford. Darwen's bus terminal hosts buses to Blackburn, Bolton, Clitheroe and surrounding local areas. The town’s train station also boasts regular commutes between Clitheroe and Manchester, via Bolton providing excellent access to the country’s main rail network.

Help to Buy Equity Loan

You could receive a Government equity loan of up to 20% towards the cost of buying your new home. This is available on selected new build developments. There is nothing to pay on the equity loan for the first five years. 

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